Total professionalism, total enthusiasm, with Steve on board (can we get away with that pun?)the sea section is completely catered for.
Paul and Steve can boasts angling CV's that any angler would be proud of. Between them they have a comprehensive knowledge of the world of sea angling, whether afloat or from the shore.
// LATEST NEWS
28 August 2018
Daiwa Gordon League manager Mark Treasure reports back after a busy weekend of team events! It’s been a period of hectic activity for Daiwa Gordon League, culminating in the Division 1 National Championships on the River Trent near Nottingham last Saturday and the final round of the South West Super league on the Bristol Avon at Newbridge last Sunday. For the national we learnt a long time ago that rivers are very rarely method waters, so for us practice takes the form of a recce really, find your way around, get a few rigs right and then pick an experienced team for the match itself.
19 July 2018
The football World Cup may be over, but another great sporting events kicks off in less than two weeks. National Fishing Month (NFM) 2018 - the highlight of the fishing year – begins on 27th July and gives everyone the chance to give angling a go under the guidance of specially-trained experts. And everything is free!
19 June 2018
I locked the gate, returned to the car and sat for a second. Two thoughts crossed my mind, one I was shattered and two what a fabulous day I’d just had. I’d been invited by Gary Wright, Junior Section Leader, for Nottingham Piscatorial Society to join them for their first Junior Carp Academy and it’s fair to say it had gone well, writes Daiwa consultant Brian Skoyles.
30 May 2018
Tom Scholey has won the Garbolino Spring Festival at Lindholme Lakes with a perfect four point score. The popular event was contested by 66 rods, and saw weights up to 300lb recorded over the course of the five day contest.
15 May 2018
Hull and District Angling Association are rightly proud of their record of supporting junior angling, from their summer scorcher sessions to their pike days they are always well organised and well supported. Over the last few years some of the most popular events have been the Carp Academy weekends and it was time for the first of this years scheduled four weekends writes Daiwa Consultant Brian Skoyles.